Coder, Designer, Creator?

Meetup, encourage, make a dent for the Kingdom

About

Are you a Christian in technology? Kingdom Code aims to draw together a foundational group of Christians who work as developers, UX/UI designers, data geeks, product managers, entrepreneurs and others passionate about technology.

Kingdom Code wants to catalyse serendipity. We want to see relationships, ideas and projects flourish as a result of making a dedicated space for Christians in tech.

We want to help you give and receive encouragement amongst likeminded people; meetup around exciting ideas and speakers; and explore how we can use tech to serve Kingdom purposes. One output of this group will be to organise a Code for the Kingdom Christian hackathon weekend.

If you want to find out more, make friends and connect with other Christians in the tech space then sign up to our email list and come to our next event.

Kingdom Code was founded by Rupert Edwards, creator of Lepton - the giving app and Andy Geers - creator of the PrayerMate app.

Upcoming Events

Code for the Kingdom Hackathon

Kingdom Code is pioneering the UK’s first faith-inspired hackathon this October - joining a global initiative run by the Leadership Network. We are bringing together visionaries, entrepreneurs, technologists, and creaIves to use their gifts to advance the Gospel. The Global Hackathon will run in 15 locations simultaneously, including Addis Ababa, Bangalore, Houston, Jakarta, Los Angeles and London.

Find out more on our Hackathon page.

The Kingdom Code Blog

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    A conversation with Chris Lim

    Last week I had the pleasure of spending 15 minutes talking to Chris Lim, founder of TheoTech, about what is exciting him about the global hackathon in October and why developers, designers, entrepreneurs and even pastors should sign up to come along.
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    Framing life

    What is technology? It is one of those fundamental questions that is really easy to pass over. We usually don’t spend time asking what air is, and how it sustains our human bodies–although it is pretty amazing if you do start to think about it—normally, we just get on and breathe. It is easy to take the same approach with technology. We get on and use it. Or perhaps you don’t just use technology, you work in the tech industry, you create it.

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    July meetup at LICC

    Are you a Christian in technology? Kingdom Code aims to draw together a foundational group of Christians who work as developers, UX/UI designers, data geeks, product managers, entrepreneurs and others passionate about technology.

    For our July meetup, hosted at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, we'll be welcoming guest speaker Ed Brooks, talking about the interaction between Christianity and technology. Together with Pete Nicholas he is the co-author of an upcoming book on the topic to be published by IVP.

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    How Bible translation relies on technology

    Do you sometimes feel like "word ministry" and "using my IT/software development/techie skills" are mutually exclusive options? I thought it might be enlightening to ask Paul Morriss, IT Director at Wycliffe Bible Translators UK, to outline just some of the ways that IT is so vital in the process of translating the Bible into other languages.

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